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Jan 15, 2013 4:00pm PST
letter first as they did with these two marijuana dispensaries in sacramento. sometimes, they're not so poll light. the same thing happened monday at the dispensary in sacramento. >> they took all our stuff seized everything, took all our cash and product and stuff and that's basically it. >> those two raised appear to be connected to the discovery of a large marijuana growing operation two weeks ago in this stock to know warehouse. public records show corporate paperwork for the medicine dispensary goes to matthew davies, a property manager in tockton. >> cenk: in public, president obama says all the right things, oh, on the issue of marijuana weaver got bigger fish to fry. we're not going to spend federal resources and in reality and action, he has broken a record in how many dispensaries they've done in his first turn. he head of the d.e.a. is pushing all the raised. let me me show you some bigger numbers, marijuana arrests in 2011 alone. 750,000 for marijuana about half of the arrests for just marijuana possession. that's one marijuana arrest every 42 seconds. oh, i got bigger fish
Jan 8, 2013 3:00pm PST
. he's coming to us from sacramento. dave welcome inside "the war room." >> a pleasure to be with you jennifer. >> jennifer: tell us for people who have not been following this, why are these rate hikes happening in some states and not in others? >> the problem in california and other states is that there is nothing in the affordable care act or in state law that gives the insurance regulator the authority to reject excessive health insurance or hmo rate hikes. that's a glaring loophole in the affordable care act. the affordable care act has a lot of good things in "n" it. it will cover more americans and stop from insuring those with pre-existing conditions. now 37 states have adopted laws on their state laws to do exactly that. california is not one of those. and so today our conclusion we found unreasonable anthem blue cross rate increase, this particular one was 10.6% for 12-month period on average on small businesses affecting about quarter of a million california residents. they're not alone. we've seen rate increases 10, 20, 40 times sometimes as high as 60%. and they have the
Jan 30, 2013 6:00am PST
his own internal monologue. >> stephanie: yeah. okay. caroline in sacramento. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hi caroline. hey, caroline. >> caller: hi. >> stephanie: hello. >> caller: how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: well, yesterday i was watching martin bashir and he was interviewing some state senator from tennessee and this guy has a bill in the state senate there that the amount of the welfare checks that the families get would be dependent on whether their children pass the standardized tests in school. in other words, if they didn't pass, then the welfare check would be reduced. >> stephanie: uh-huh. >> caller: martin bashir was questioning that and the guy said well, we're not expecting the child to be a rocket surgeon and i thought rocket surgeon? rocket scientist yes. brain surgeon, yes. rocket surgeon? no. >> stephanie: are there rocket surgeons? i don't know. >> caller: i don't know. all i can think of is it is a good thing the tennessee state senators pay is not based on him passing standardized tests because i'm pretty sure he wouldn't pass. >>
Jan 8, 2013 3:00am PST
's the first phase. that's the middle of the backbone. it is going to connect all the way sacramento, san francisco l.a. san diego. it will be the complete 800 and so mile system. revolutionize the movement in that state. >> bill: are there any other states that are anywhere close to moving ahead? >> you've got a private group launching a system from vegas to southern california. you have another private group working on a system from dallas to houston. you have groups in chicago. the governor there has launched programs. chicago st. louis. there's a lot of -- the northeast corridor here where we are. they're moving forward with advanced planning and upgrading that system. there a lot of them in the works but it takes from the time you begin planning to the time you actually get to construction to the time you open the train could span six or eight years. so we started four years ago. we still have a few more years before we're actually going to be able to ride one. >> bill: are the private systems getting federal dollars to help build them? >> the texas one is not. the vegas one has appl
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